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4's charles clifford shows us where the fire has burned so far and also how it's affecting yosemite national park. >> reporter: in just a week the rim fire has become one of the largest active wildfires in the county and one of the largest fires in california history. i want to show you just how fast this fire has spread. this is an overhead google earth view of yosemite national park. the rim fire started to the west of the park, last saturday, here along highway 120. the red area that you see here is the perimeter of the fire on monday, when about 10 thousand acres had burned. here's how the fire looked on tuesday when 16 thousand acres were lost. here's the fire on wednesday when it had doubled in size and here's the fire on thursday. on friday the fire just exploded in size and entered yosemite national park. it also grew to the west. and here's how the fire looked on saturday morning. it's burned about 125 thousand acres. about 200 square miles. now i want to focus on two areas.. nasa also collects data on wildfires and they can pinpoint hot spots using satellites and weather s
on the senate foreign relations committee. he says the u-s should take the lead in a military tactical response in syria. >> "i hope the president, as soon as we get back to washington, will ask for authorization from congress to do something in a very surgical and proportional way." >> reporter: the ranking democrat on the house foreign relations committee - eliot engel - suggests the president not wait for congress. >> "perhaps the president could start and then congress needs to resolve it and ascend to it. we cannot sit still. we've got to move and we've got to move quickly." >> reporter: but as the pressure escalates over syria-- democratic senator jack reed cautions the united states from moving forward with military actions on its own. >> "this has to be an international operation. it can't be a unilateral american approach. it has to have support internationally, not just politically but militarily." >> reporter: while the u-s government weighs its options. a syrian official confirms u-n inspectors will be given full access to any site of a suspected chemical weapons attack. inspectors
-going criminal investigation we need to ask you a few questions about. contact us immediately at the dea headquarters at "415-251- 8119" special agent anderson with the dea narcotics unit division 38" >> reporter:worried that it was real. rebecca called the number. 32-23- >> reporter:"they said they had a warrant for my arrest for purchasing pharmaceuticals online and that if i didn't pay a fee they would come and arrest me". >> reporter:the person who claimed he was special agent paul anderson from division 38 of the dea made it clear. wire him money and he would make this arrest warrant go away otherwise she was going to >> was so scared" >> reporter:she reached out to me for >> reporter:i visited with bruce goldberg assistant to the special agent in charge, dea, san francisco field division. and played him the voicemail rebecca received. >>5-54 bruce e. goldberg, assistant to the special "we have no division 38, and we have no paul anderson working for us". >> reporter:the dea says there is a dangerous organized criminal organization behind this extortion scam. >>3:45 - bruce e. goldb
>> thank you for joining us. >> new overnight dozens arrested at san francisco's city hall. what they were doing. >> and we're just an hour away now from the sentencing of army private bradley manning for providing classified information to wikileaks. >> and we are starting off on a quiet side. we did have clouds along the coastline. later on today you can expect 60's coast side. we will be talking about red flag warning coming up at 6:15 a.m.. >> we are not tracking any hot spot for your ride or around the bay area. there have been no major incidents reported to. you can see the backups are in both the left and the right side. the metering lights have not yet been activated but they will be likely in the next 10 minutes or so. the only real slowdown is on interstate 580. >> breaking news out of the south bay. san jose police are investigating a shooting outside a senior assisted living center in south san jose. kron four's will tran is live at the scene with what we know. >> this shooting took place, the shots were fired by a security guard. he actually lives here or was it comi
francisco's water supplies. kron 4 news at 11:00 starts now. good evening thanks for joining us, i'm vicki liviakis. >> and i'm jon fanolio. that fire is threatening residents tonight. the fire has grown exponent usually. the fire has burned just under 130,000 acres. 11,000 of that is inside owe similarity national park. the 2700 firefighters along with national guard c130 aircrafts have only made minimal progress battling this blaze. the fire is just 5% contained up from 7% contained from 2% on friday. the government has issued a state of emergency for the bay area as the fire inches closer to a critical water and power source that services the city of san francisco. >> the reason why the state of emergency was declared, that fire has forced two of three hydroelectric power houses that service san francisco to go offline. but so far, electricity has not been impacted. it is four miles from heche where san francisco gets most of its water supply. phillipe jegal is out there. he has spoken to residents who have been told to leave the area. >> luis yeyes and his wife are ready to go, but the
was being used for training of reserves at camp parks. the brush fire started yesterday afternoon around 1:30 and was contained three hours later. no homes or buildings were damaged >> coming up on the kron four morning news at four a- m. a young boy, attacked by a pitbull is at home this morning. why his mother says "he's the strongest boy she knows." plus, one bay area woman says she's been harassed by the d-e-a. it all has to do with a prank call. why the administration says it's a big problem. and an austrailian family mourning the loss of their son after he was killed. why the two killers say they quote "killed for fun." these stories and more when the kron four morning news continues. >> the ten year old antioch boy who was mauled by two pitbulls, is now back at home. but according to the victim's family. the dogs in question are still alive. kron 4's j.r. stone is following the story. and has the latest. >> reporter: this 10 year- old is a tough kid. after being brutally attacked by two different pit bulls he is out of hospital. >> we are now wondering where are the dogs? he sometim
to u.s. diplomats. >> up next on the kron 4 morning news. new details about the suspects in the murder of an australian baseball player in oklahoma. we'll also hear from friends of the slain player. and the family of the man who kidnapped a san diego teen after murdering her brother and mother wants to know if james dimaggio may have been the children's father. at mes yr faly sle? he, trthis backips lovechinmm, ! i ke t fac th the' ts odiffenttaes gng o mmmm breaast i'verympreed. thiss a eat real breaast honebuncs ofats. thisshearou cnchi. breaast if there's a way to ke cn on t cob and ke ievenettewith a cketf hien vley orinalanch we...i all ears. nch rn hidd valy it >> we are below the 15,000 mark. if we stay in-trading territory we could be looking at numbers that we've not seen since july of last year. and home sales jumping by 6%, with 5.9% in the month of july that is the most in 3.5 years. facebook wants to get more of the world's 7 billion people online through a partnership with cell phone facebook announced a partnership called internet.org. the company says its goal is to "ma
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